||July 11-12, 2010
||Las Vegas, NV
||September 12-13, 2010
||Newport Beach, CA
||January 9-10, 2011
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Newport Beach, California
January 9-10, 2011 – Hyatt Regency Newport Beach
Newport Beach, California is a magical place. Located just minutes from Disneyland along the beautiful California Coast and a short ride south of the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles, this city has views which will fill your mind with dreams of wonder. Balboa Island and its old Victorian homes, the almost endless beaches from whence the city takes its name, the Newport and Balboa piers, and some of the most beautiful sunsets on America’s west coast. These are just a sample of the sites that will almost surely instill within you the desire to return again and again.
The Hyatt Regency Newport Beach is located in the heart of Newport Beach just 1000 feet from the beautiful blue ocean inlet and a very short ride (less than a mile from the Pacific ocean!). This resort-like hotel offers spacious guestrooms and a posh experience that exemplifies this city which is one of the richest cities in America. Maps & Directions.
Air travel into Newport Beach has you landing at John Wayne Airport (Airport code: SNA). From here the hotel is a mere 5 miles away!
You can book your Hyatt Regency Newport Beach hotel room by clicking here.
Call 1-949-729-1234 to book your rooms at the Hyatt.
From some of the best shopping on the west coast of America (Fashion Island shopping center) to world class golf at over 10 courses in the local area, Newport Beach, California offers more than one can take in on a short visit. Children and adults alike are sure to enjoy Balboa Island and Peninsula, and Cannery Village. Balboa Peninsula has what seems like a never ending 3 mile stretch of beautiful beach from which the city derives its name. A walk along the beach is not complete without a short jaunt down either Balboa or Newport Piers.
People watching, enjoying the tasty local food and maybe even some body surfing will keep you and your family satisfyingly occupied. And if that isn’t enough be sure to take a stroll to the Balboa Pavilion and Fun zone which is a miniature style Coney-island waterfront amusement park complete with a Ferris wheel and several rides. In addition, Many visitors enjoy renting bicycles and riding down the boardwalk. Along your way you can taste the joy of Newport Beach at any of the restaurants, pubs or numerous waterfront eateries.
Newport Beach dining guide
Choose your restaurant based on reviews posted by people who have eaten there
Yelp – Newport Beach Restaurants
Over 10 courses in the local area
The best shopping in Newport Beach and maybe in Southern California
Fashion Island Shopping Center
Disneyland (14 miles from the Hyatt)
Knott's Berry Farm (20 miles away)
The Getty Center
This world famous center houses art from the Middle Ages to the current day. For those of us who are compelled by the arts a visit to the Getty Center is a must.